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James Doherty is drafted in by Leeds Carnegie
Leeds Carnegie’s head coach James Lowes has been forced to make one change for Sunday’s crucial semi-final second leg at London Welsh in the Greene King IPA Championship (12.45).
Scrum half Craig Hampson has been ruled out with a foot injury, suffered in the first half against Welsh last Sunday.
He will be replaced by former Wharfedale star James Doherty, while current Greens’ loanee Christian Georgiou has been drafted onto the bench.
Otherwise the team is unchanged from the side that gained a 38-31 lead in the first leg last Sunday at Headingley.
Leeds are taking part in the end-of-season play-offs for the third consecutive year but will be hoping to make the final for the first time.
Leeds Carnegie: Stevie McColl; Jonah Holmes, Rob Vickerman, Fred Burdon, David Doherty; Glyn Hughes, James Doherty; Charlie Beech, Phil Nilsen, Damien Tussac, Richard Beck, Mike Myerscough, David Sisi, Ryan Burrows, Jacob Rowan. Replacements: Joe Graham, Lee Imiolek, Ben Hooper, Chris Walker, Calum Green, Christian Georgiou, Alex Losowski.
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